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Fixed: Windows 10/11 Update Error Code 0x8007000E

 

Error code 0x8007000E is a Windows operating system error that typically indicates a system resource exhaustion issue. It usually occurs when the computer has insufficient memory available to perform a particular operation.

Error Code 0x8007000e

Causes for this Error code 0x8007000E , including:

Insufficient memory: If your computer doesn’t have enough RAM, you may encounter this Windows Update Error Code 0x8007000E when running memory-intensive programs or performing tasks that require a lot of system resources.

Corrupted system files: System files can become corrupted due to a variety of reasons, including malware infections, software installation errors, or hardware failures. If the operating system files are corrupted, you may encounter Update Error Code 0x8007000E.

Outdated drivers: If your computer’s hardware drivers are outdated or corrupted, you may encounter this Error 0x8007000E when attempting to use the hardware.

Malware infections: Malware infections can cause a wide range of issues on your computer, including system resource exhaustion and Windows 10 error code 0x8007000E.

To resolve this Error code 0X8007000E , you can try the following troubleshooting steps:

Increase virtual memory:

This error can occur when there is not enough virtual memory on your computer.

To fix this, you can try increasing the virtual memory allocation. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Press Windows + R and type “sysdm.cpl” in the Run box and press Enter.
  2. Click on the “Advanced” tab and under “Performance”, click “Settings”.
  3. Click on the “Advanced” tab and under “Virtual memory”, click “Change”.
  4. Uncheck “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives”.
  5. Select the drive on which Windows is installed and then click “Custom size”.
  6. Set the “Initial size” and “Maximum size” to a value that is larger than the current allocation.
  7. Click “OK” to save the changes and restart your computer.

    Run Windows Update Trouble-shooter:

Windows Update Trouble-shooter can help you identify and fix problems with Windows updates. Here’s how to run it:

  1. Go to Settings and click on “Update & Security”.
  2. Click on “Troubleshoot” and then click on “Windows Update”.
  3. Click on “Run the troubleshooter” and follow the instructions.

    Perform a clean boot:

A clean boot can help you identify and fix problems with third-party programs or services that may be causing the error.

  1. Press Windows + R and type “msconfig” in the Run box and press Enter.
  2. Click on the “Services” tab and check “Hide all Microsoft services”.
  3. Click “Disable all” and then click on the “Startup” tab.
  4. Click “Open Task Manager” and disable all the startup items one by one.
  5. Close Task Manager and click “OK”.
  6. Restart your computer.

    Perform a system file check:

Use the System File Checker (SFC) tool to scan for and repair any corrupted system files.

SFC SCAN

Nslookup for server

The server’s name should have Microsoft in it, if it has continued the below steps, if it doesn’t have your PC is not connecting to Microsoft server, talk to experts on chat.

DISM scan

Check for malware:

Malware or viruses can also cause this error. Run a malware scan on your computer using a trusted antivirus software and remove any threats that are detected.

Media Creation Tool:

The Media Creation Tool is a program developed by Microsoft that allows users to create installation media for Windows operating systems.

Perform a system restore:

Performing a system restore can be a useful troubleshooting technique to help fix issues with your computer. Here are the steps to perform a system restore:

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